I'm having a spot of bother with my PC at the moment. Whenever I power on my PC and try to access Windows normally, the 'Blue screen of death' (as it is commonly known) briefly flashes up on screen and then my PC restarts. I went into advanced startup and disabled auot reset to find out what was flashing up and here's what i have. Along with the usual "A problem has been encountered" bit, the problem is:
The stop error code is:
***stop: 0x000000ED (0x82F85E30, 0xC0000185, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)
I can start Windows in safe mode and, after disabling my DVD drives, floppy disk controllers, display adaptors and network adaptors AND disabling everything in the SYSTEM.INI, WIN.INI, Services and Startup tabs in msconfig, I can load Windows normally. I have enabled my network adaptor so i could go online to ask for help. Can anyone let me know how i should proceed? I just want my computer to start as normal. I'm assuming the unmountable boot volume is something like too many programs trying to boot at startup. Would that be right? I have done a chkdsk /r which i ran from the XP CDRom and everything seems to be fine but it has no effect
Any help would be most welcome.
Many thanks in advance,